Monmouth University & Hurricane Sandy

Monmouth University is a private university located in West Long Branch, New Jersey, United States. Hurricane Sandy was the largest Atlantic hurricane on record, as well as the second-costliest Atlantic hurricane in history, only surpassed by Hurricane Katrina in 2005. The eighteenth named storm and tenth hurricane of the 2012 Atlantic hurricane season, Hurricane Sandy devastated portions of the Caribbean, Mid-Atlantic and Northeastern United States in late October 2012. Sandy is estimated in early calculations to have caused damage of at least $20 billion (2012 USD). 4.7/5

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Students in UMass Boston's College of Nursing and Health Sciences teamed up with Monmouth University in New Jersey to collect needed items for Hurricane Sandy victims.
Chamber Post: Rebuilding in NJ, One POV: It will take a decade to rebuild the Jersey Shore, and when it is done its economy may be different and there may be a much smaller population, according to a disaster expert who oversaw the recovery of New Orleans in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. With the sea level rising, however, it is imperative that the state takes a smarter approach to rebuilding the coast, according to some experts. That may include renovating areas where houses and businesses have long been located, because extreme weather like Hurricane Sandy will likely reoccur. As devastating as the superstorm was, experts at a forum at Monmouth University on Friday said Sandy presents the state with an opportunity to fortify the coast with a comprehensive dune system to protect the shore. Doing so will require a collaborative effort among private, pubic, and academic sectors, they said. “This is a decade-long process,’’ predicted Edward Blakely, who served as two years as the “recovery czar’ ...
West Long Branch — The former executive director of the Office of Recovery and Development Administration in New Orleans said New Jersey should resist the temptation to repair and “build smarter.” At the second panel at the “Rebuilding a Resilient New Jersey Shore” conference at Monmouth University, Ed Blakely said “This is a decade long process. This is not going to be over next year or the year after.“ Blakely said New Jersey should look at ways to build smarter institutions and neighborhoods and coordinate efforts across the state to get funding and rebuild. Blakely said FEMA will give the state money to repair, but start “thinking about getting money to rebuild and make it better.” In some cases in New Orleans, Blakely said the city didn’t take FEMA money because it was for repair. As New Jersey prepares to repair from Hurricane Sandy, officials said the state must also look to build in a way that’s resistant to future storms. “Where we had a strong project in place with a good ...
Hey Ya'll; If you don't know by now, during Hurricane Sandy, Ma and I were evacuated to the storm shelter at Monmouth University, from Monday night until my bro Chuck picked us up on Friday morning. My ma and I want to thank all those involved with helping us, along with 1200 other urchins from the storm in making our lives safe, secure and comfortable during this time of tragedy. We thank the Port-au-Peck EMT for their timely response for our last minute call in escorting us to shelter; you literally saved our lives by coming in high wind and water. For the Volunteers at Shore Regional H.S., West Long Branch, we appreciate your quick processing; a lot of time and red tape was cut in half because of your help. We truly thank the fine people of the Air Guard out of McGuire AFB and the National Guard, for their coordination, management and assistance in such a mammoth rescue operation as that carried out at Monmouth U., You have performed your duties to the fullest and I have nothing but the upmost admirati ...
Visit www.nj211.org (click the Hurricane Sandy option) for hurricane and recovery resource information, including lists of food pantries, soup kitchens and county and state shelters, such as the Monmouth University athletic center.
Update on Hurricane Sandy. We had a conference call hosted by the governor and we have the following updates. Weather Forecast: The storm wil continue to move Northeast making landfall on the NJ coast Monday night. Predicted zone of impact is Ocean and Atlantic counties, with the remaining chance that we could be in for a direct hit in Monmouth. 5-10 inches of rain is expected and high winds will continue through Tuesday. Rain amounts will vary by location. Winds on Monday are expected to be 25-35 mph, with gusts of 60 mph possible. The ROIC is open and currently at level 3. They anticipate going to level 4 later tonight. As stated previously, the state has two shelters open in Monmouth County and each town/county has the option to open others. The governor is asking residents to first shelter at home or with family or friends. After that local or county shelters should be used and then the sate shelters. The two Monmouth County shelters locations will be Monmouth University and Arthur Brisbane Treatment ...
Monmouth University and Brookdale Community College have cancelled classes Monday-Tuesday due to Hurricane Sandy.
Think we should leave the State of NJ. I predicting that Hurricane Sandy will be a category 3 hurricane when it hits us. Hurricane Katrina was a 3. Already closed Monmouth University for Monday & Tuesday. Saying my last good byes to all my friends.
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